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TABLE B
Percentage Distribution of Answers to Question, "How about the number of
people in the world as a whole? Do you think an increase in the
world population would be a good thing or a bad thing?"
Country/City	Bad Thing	Good Thing	Don't Know	Total
India	89	5	6	100
Turkey	86	8	6	100
Great Britain	78	7	15	100
Seoul	74	7	19	100
West Germany	71	8	21	100
France	71	10	19	100
Athens	71	23	6	100
Italy	57	21	22	100
Japan	54	19	27	100
Singapore	44	15	41	100
Tehran	59	31	10	100
Kenya	55	34	11	100
Nigeria	60	39	1	100
Manila	53	34	13	100
Buenos Aires	48	30	22	100
Kuala Lumpur	44	27	29	100
Santiago	48	37	15	100
Bangkok	47	38	15	100
Rio de Janeiro	39	30	31	100
Mexico City	48	43	9	100
Caracas	41	38	21	100
Dakar	35	53	12	100
Source:  (3).
TABLE C
Percentage Distribution of Answers to Question, "All things considered,
do you think having a larger population would be a good
thing or a bad thing for this country?"
Country/City	Bad Tiling	Good Thing	No Opinion	Total
India	87	8	5	100
Great Britain	73	12	15	100
Seoul	68	16	16	100
Italy	59	21	20	100
Turkey	63	33	4	100
West Germany	51	24	25	100
Japan	51	27	22	100
Singapore	38	26	36	100
Nigeria	47	53	-	100
France	32	46	22	100
Manila	39	54	7	100
Athens	40	56	4	100